PS — Neptune in Pisces: Parallel Worlds

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Published Feb. 13, 2020 | Link to original

Dear Friend and Reader:

I keep forgetting to factor Neptune in Pisces as a major element in all we are experiencing. Neptune first entered Pisces on April 4, 2011, and makes its last ingress into Aries on Jan. 26, 2026. The halfway mark of the transit was in 2018.

Neptune in Pisces would serve to inform the discussion of the political changes we’re witnessing, the impact of digital technology, the out-of-body experience we are currently calling life, the delusional bubbles so many people are in, and many other elements we tend to discuss as separate phenomena.

It’s still my observation that our total immersion in digital technology is what is driving the destabilization of culture and of intellect, though there are many ways to consider that. The illusory quality of both Neptune and the digital realm is something to consider carefully; they have many parallels.

The sum total here is our current condition — true for many, not all — where the guiding ethos is, “If I believe it, then it’s true.” You might say that belief is the ultimate illusion of Neptune.

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Write It On The Wall

First, a bit about Neptune. Early in my studies, my teacher David Arner, one of my hands-on, in-person practical instructors (and the person to introduce me to then-nascent Project Hindsight), cautioned me about Neptune.

He said, “Write the delineations on the wall. They’re easy to forget.”

They include a lot of D words: delusion, denial, dreams, disguises, deception, disappearing, distortion, disappointment, distraction, dilution, and diffusion; plus drink, drugs and dependency are among them. We could add one more these days, digital.

I’m not sure the connection to the letter D. We might check in with Kabbalah for information about that. One might surmise that the letter associated with the number 4 might have some more substance to it, though apparently not.

Galileo’s notebook entry from Jan. 28, 1613, marking the position of Neptune. He did not identify it as a planet, so this is a pre-discovery sighting, not the discovery. Its position was approximately 28 Virgo 41.

It’s true that there is a creative and mystical side to Neptune, though my observation is that it’s easy to deny or corrupt. It is rare to see Neptune working well in a person’s life or in their chart.

Most people live in some state of alienation from their creativity. Those who master Neptune tend to be artists and musicians. This takes discipline, and tapping into one’s inner realm. And often in the lives of true artists, there is a measure of chaos that comes along with the program.

The creative control drama known as lying is a more typical expression. Rarely is Neptune left to do its quiet work of gently illuminating the mind from within.

The inspirational element of Neptune is often subverted, either by practical concerns of life, lack of discipline, or obsession with one’s delusions.

More often, Neptune’s gifts are contaminated by overuse or dependence on substances that seem to induce its presence: most often (and most available) alcohol, though any mind-altering substance will do. To understand the nature of any “addictive personality” type, study natal aspects and transits to Neptune carefully. Remember it has a very wide orb of action — wider than any other planet.

It is fair to say that Neptune is involved in most self-destructive astrological patterns. At the same time, it represents contact with inspiration in the truest sense, and with the creative god-force within.

And it’s also fair to say we could use a lot of teaching, learning and practice how to turn this energy to constructive and wholesome ends. This is known as spirituality, and also as art. Potentially our most beautiful search for inner truth, it has a way of being co-opted by religion (or alcohol) and dissolving into the haze.

Neptune has a way of vanishing. This story is told back to its pre-discovery, which begins with Galileo mistaking it for a fixed star in his multiple observations the winter of 1612-1613, despite the fact that it moved (he noted its movement in his notebook). So in an odd way, Neptune defies another D word, documentation.

Then, Neptune’s story is one of being seen and unrecognized, appearing and vanishing before the eyes of even great astronomers, over and over again up to the time of its actual discovery on Sept. 23, 1846.

Finally, its existence was inferred not from these observations but rather by mathematical calculation. Then it was finally sighted, recognized, and put on the map and into the ephemeris. It was seen in the invisible realm of math and then brought into the physical.

It works in a similar way astrologically. I have seen Neptune disappear from charts: that is, I would scan the chart over and over till I finally saw it. And through the years of Neptune in Pisces, I’ve treated it as a background factor much more than an active one in the foreground. I keep seeing it. I keep wanting to say something. And then I go back to talking about Pluto in Capricorn.

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Netflix, Hulu, Showtime Ad Nauseam

I tuned into the issue this week when contemplating the astonishing amount of fictional content that is available today, and with which many people are obsessed. There are hundreds of series available, mostly dramas, adventures and science fiction. Sometimes it seems like every single conceivable plot has been thought of and they’re being rehashed over and over.

This goes far beyond mere entertainment. All of this fiction creates endless parallel worlds and dimensions in which viewers seem to get stuck or lost. Everything we witness in the supposedly real world has had its story told in some imaginary realm. The world we live in therefore becomes just one more story. In some absolute sense this is true, though while we are in bodies we had best tend to our relationship to the physical world.

As for these endless serials — all of this — all of it — is being watched on backlit screens, rather than projected screens. Rear-screen projection is another thing entirely than what we see projected from behind. One of the properties of backlighting (beginning with television) is the inner trip, akin to taking mushrooms. It is not experienced as something independent of us or our minds. It is happening inside of our imagination, and is therefore difficult to see or to consider objectively.

Therefore, it tends to lack meaning, which comes from context-framing. To the extent that movies might have an impact, sitting in a theater is an experience of projection from behind rather than being shot at us, though it’s still in the realm of digital. There is no actual image, as from photographic film. It’s all a mosaic of ever-changing pixels.

Most of this inner-trip entertainment is at the expense of reading. Many times I’ve tried to make lists of movies that have changed my life to the depth that books have, and I come up short.

There are a few, though they barely parallel the number of books that have profoundly evolved my thinking; that have helped me rethink who I am on a deep level. Even my very favorite films I appreciate for their artistry, though they still linger around the realm of wholesome entertainment and helpful journalism training rather than ground-shifting experiences. (Contact starring Jodie Foster is one exception. Waking Life is another. Dr. Strangelove is a third.)

Maybe this is just me. Reading is a lot harder work, and requires a different kind of concentration than watching a film or TV series. Therefore, it has a different kind of effect; it shapes the mind differently, and in a different way. Books engage the use of the imagination rather than take over for it.

Does anyone actually learn anything from all these series? What did you learn from Game of Thrones? And what have you done with the information? If you learned something you feel is relevant, and that changed and informed you, please write to me.

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The Realm of Pure Fantasy

All of this digital illusion is the realm of fantasy, which is an idle form of imagination. For most people the digital realm happens to them. They don’t do much to create it.

To imagine is to take an assertive, creative role in one’s experience. I went digging in my library this morning for an old interpretation of Neptune in Pisces, and found the complete astrological writing of Aleister Crowley in my hands. This is a compilation, so we don’t know when any one piece was written, though I would estimate in the 1920s and 1930s. (Notably, much of it was published under the by-line of Evangeline Adams, uncredited to Crowley until many years later.)

“Pisces is a distinctively passive sign, and this is a completely passive position for Neptune. Pisces is also not a sign of great active strength and assertive power; its forces are more negative, receptive and reflectively benefic,” he wrote.

“Thus, while in its own sign, Neptune does not possess nearly so much power to affect the material plane as in either more active or more material signs. In fact, the very spirituality of the planet and the very psychic passivity of the sign inevitably do not make for strength of manifestation on a physical Earth.”

In other words, it can serve as a huge distraction. This placement can be overwhelmingly psychic, therefore blurring boundaries between what is real and what is not.

While there are many potential grounds on which to debate those little five-minute videos you can find on the internet (called porno by some), one thing we can agree on is that they are fantasy. And that for many people, fantasy is the only form of sex. When that is true, something is missing.

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Virtual and Augmented Reality

One closing thought. In my media studies these past years, I learned that the technology currently in use describes changes that occurred to values and attitudes when it was brand new and barely noticed or considered.

Today, we are discussing the significance and impact of the smart phone and social media — though the actual effects of those things had already taken hold 20 years ago, long before most people knew about them. Therefore, to understand what is happening today, we need to be considering the influence of technology that is not generally available now, but which will be soon.

This is virtual and augmented “reality.” There exists the ability to not only holographically recreate a concert experience of the past, but for the synthetic, robotic mind of artificial intelligence to come up with its own “original” writing and performance.

Taking this from other angles, we are entering total immersion in the virtual, and the “augmentation” of our minds with plasma-based nano-computers, or implants, is right around the corner: and this is what we are experiencing today, in terms of the values and attitudes of our time.

One way to think of this is overstimulation without risk.

Everything is so very exciting and irrelevant. That explains a lot of what we are experiencing in terms of political and social values and attitudes. If people thought it were all real, they might do more. They might care more, and take physical action.

What exactly does someone gain by ordering coffee by way of an app, and running into Dunkin’ Donuts to pick it up? Well, they miss standing in line with their fellow humans and chatting with the cashier for 30 seconds.

We still have the option open to live and to live well; to love and love truly.

That has never been especially easy, though at the current rate, it won’t be long before nobody remembers what I mean.

With love,




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Aries (March 20-April 19) — On Sunday, your ruler Mars will enter Capricorn, your 10th house of career and life aims. About half a day later, Mercury stations retrograde in Pisces. These two seemingly contrasting events together describe something rather exciting: a phase of experimentation. You’re already asking searching questions about who you really are. During the next few weeks, you’ll get to try out different roles and identities, and figure out whether they suit you, at least in the present. This is not a time to make firm commitments, or lasting impacts. Yet you have the chance to explore pretty thoroughly any concept that takes your fancy. Don’t worry about practicalities or possibilities for now; normal rules of play are suspended.

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Taurus (April 19-May 20) — While you’re working out the latest riddle of who you are becoming, be aware that time pressure is not a factor. This matter is too important to rush, and the current phase is one of sitting quietly with yourself and looking for the drives that run deep; the ones that burn with primal energy. More than anything just now, they will guide you in the direction you need. Other considerations will come into play eventually, though further down the line. For the present, turn inward: hear the rhythm of your heart and the ring of the blacksmith’s anvil at the core of you. In that is your indefatigable strength and resilience, your internal compass always pointing true north. And in that you may safely trust.

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Gemini (May 20-June 21) — Your ruler Mercury is about to station retrograde in your fellow mutable sign Pisces. In a way, this represents the next phase of your current journey of self-discovery, as you gradually rewrite the rulebook. Part of this process is unraveling long-held beliefs regarding your character, and especially what makes you happy. With this comes an end to certain rituals or habits that had grown entrenched in your life: routines you might once have developed with good reason, but are now no longer serving you. What replaces these is ultimately for you to determine. The next few weeks at least, however, are mostly about gathering information, trying out a few new things, and fitting the pieces together.

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Cancer (June 21-July 22) — Mars entering your opposite sign Sunday implies focusing your energy on a specific collaborative work. Its precise nature, however, is up to you, and as Mercury prepares to reverse course, it looks as if you’ll have a few options. You might ask yourself something along the lines of, “Where can I give my most passionate and sincere devotion?” This is your most important consideration, though it will probably also narrow the field of choices. During the next few weeks, an answer should slowly and gently take shape in your mind. Don’t push the river: let it flow into place at its own speed. Meanwhile, cultivate your noblest impulses and your best company, and spend time in places sacred to you.

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Leo (July 22-Aug. 23) — When in a close relationship, there is often the temptation to lose oneself in the other, because society teaches that we need this bond to feel complete. It is harder in some ways to practice self-love and self-trust to the degree we bestow these things on partners. Yet the chart for Mercury retrograde this weekend suggests you are forming a deeper connection with your own being. You’re learning how to absorb more of the warmth and light with which you so generously and copiously bless others. As you do this, you’ll recognize the delightful truth that it’s not a zero-sum game. Humans are mortal creatures, but we have an infinite capacity to give and receive love. Don’t hold back.

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Virgo (Aug. 23-Sep. 22) — Remember that when it comes to your life and personal decisions, your own judgment is crucial. Nobody knows your needs or ways better than you. If you’ve been less inclined to trust your own opinion than those of others, particularly lately, Mercury’s forthcoming retrograde in your opposite sign will help you redress that balance. Loved ones might well have plenty to say, and at least some of their input will surely be valuable. However, ultimately you must take chief responsibility for choosing wisely. This is easier than you may think; your power of discernment is one of the most finely honed tools in the zodiac, though it works far more efficiently if you place your faith in it.

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Libra (Sep. 22-Oct. 23) — Mercury is preparing to change direction on Sunday. To an extent, this moment tends to feel like waiting to go on stage or enter a job interview. It’s a sense that accompanies taking a risk, which includes doing anything especially creative or skillful. There is always some uncertainty as to how we will be received. It’s tempting to shy away from this feeling and return to the comfort of familiarity. However, I would suggest you do the opposite at this time. Instead, lean in to the dissonant feeling; explore it, and notice its subtleties and twists. There is a wealth of inventive material in here, which could supply you with inspiration of a kind you might never have encountered before. Let your imagination dance.

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Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 22) — We’ve all heard about those moments when a child’s searing honesty causes embarrassment or amusement in the grown-ups around them. Younger kids especially have not yet developed the armor used broadly by adults to help them maintain social conventions, and stay safe and hidden, which is arguably what that’s really about. Much of everyday communication includes image control, which seems to involve a lot of obfuscation, fudging and hidden subtext, and occasionally outright lies. We could all learn a lot from children’s uncomplicated view of life and their modes of expression. Listen carefully to the young people around you, and consider what you’d say if there were no barriers.

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Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 22) — Current charts describe you turning your attention to matters involving helping someone in need, or correcting an injustice. Your choice of cause isn’t necessarily the most significant thing here. What’s much more important is that you know clearly why you are attracted to the work; and that it brings out the best in you. This task also doesn’t have to be entirely formalized, or a permanent life calling. Some of the best kinds of good deed are unsung and momentary, performed in between the lightning and the thunderclap. Just notice when the opportunities arise and go with whatever you feel drawn to. You could well be in for some pretty unique and invaluable experiences.

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Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 20) — Mars will enter your sign on Sunday, representing another emerging perspective on last month’s Saturn-Pluto conjunction. Mars can help instigate any changes that are needed; it has a tendency to silence caveats, and just get on with the job at hand. This can be somewhat rough around the edges, but also very useful if you’re feeling stuck or confused. While Mercury is retrograde, you’ll want to seek a happy medium between this influence of Mars and your various doubts and questions regarding the best way forward. It’s important that you know as much of your route as possible before venturing forth. However, you also need to avoid letting fear prevent you from moving at all. Summon your courage, and keep it stoked.

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Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Humans, pretty much by definition, rarely have the capacity to predict future events with any certainty. Too many factors tend to be involved in most scenarios for the outcome to be clear. That said, at times one can guess what is likely to happen in specific situations. An opportunity is about to arrive on your doorstep — or perhaps it has already made itself known. This has arisen from an organic sequence of events. You seem unusually aware of what it means, and what will probably result if you take it up, and likewise if you don’t. Where you might be unsure is in precisely what is complicating matters. During the next month or so, that question would be worth investigating.

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Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — As Mercury stations retrograde in your sign this weekend, note that you may experience one or two circumstances where things don’t turn out quite as you expected, or where something surprises you. Occasionally this type of event is necessary to help you re-examine particular beliefs or assumptions. For example, you might (as we all do) become carried away with a specific theory, such that you lose sight of the initial idea or reality from which it sprang. The process of rectifying this may be discomfiting at times. However, it’s worth seeing that through rather than clinging to false concepts, and potentially facing another confrontation on the same subject. Keep an open mind instead.


1 thought on “PS — Neptune in Pisces: Parallel Worlds”

  1. Hi Eric,

    Thank you for your brilliant outpouring about Neptune in Pisces.

    While reading your article, I could see added layers to your powerful perspective.
    You were wondering what all these D words that seem so illusionary and dissolving have to do with 4, Structure.

    Here’s what I see, perhaps it can add to what you see:

    By example, all of the Neptune D words you mentioned seem negative at first sight, but they are tools or action words, which can be used in all directions (another D word, direct) . As these tools or inspired actions, they can also be used as benefactors to…

    Dissolve structure before it gets too rigid, so that new fresh life can flourish again.
    Defy gravity and lies and so-called ‘reality’ where it’s not as real as we might think, and Neptune can see right through that, having access to the Beyond in and of all
    Direct Divine Design from our Dreams into form by anchoring this and focusing the unmanifest into the manifest by taking action, in collab with other players
    Dilute energies that are too dense, too strong, too acidic
    Deny access to the unmovable or untrue
    Disappear into delusion or imagination or their dreams to stay sane when life gets too hard or neglectful. By doing just that and holding the intent and vision over a long period of time, the seen/perceived impacts/overwrites the subconscious, which begins to project the ‘in there’ as the ‘out there’ and manifests differently
    Dream up all kinds of creation and invite others to disappear into the arts, movies, music, poetry, sculptures, architecture, visions of a better world, magic
    Disguise to survive (like inviting others quickly into your house for their well-being and safety)
    Distort reality, which is like a print out of what we collectively co-created in the past, so by distorting it, course-correction becomes possible
    dis-appoint from what wasn’t your appointment to begin with, not aligned
    dis-entangle (similar)
    diffuse what as too concentrated

    There’s plenty more to play with, but it’s a good nudge to see things in a sphere, 360, not just black and white, 180.

    Have fun exploring more?

    To me, it makes perfect sense that it’s very timely that Neptune is blending illusion/imagination/ideas/inspiration into creation as structure. Also to show expanded perspective to look up from the 3D in our hands and in our faces and see a kaleidoscope of opportunity that we could create.

    Some stand against what is.
    Neptunian’s stand for what can be.

    Grab people by their imagination to co-create and collaborate it into being.

    The Ds, divine or contrasting, can mold and weld the unmanifest into the manifest, as I see it from my perspective.

    The Ds may act as a covering mantle pregnant with structure yet to emerge with the core or taste or taint of the very energy that’s driving each individual or collective emotion and intention going into it. And doesn’t even the letter D look pregnant?

    Neptune seems to represent the delusional – or does it dismantle the delusional?

    … what if Neptune’s much bigger job is to dismantle, dissolve, disregard, defy, disentangle, dis-appoint, diffuse etc. all that structure that’s too rigid, perhaps intended to stifle our imagination and creative life force as well as our human creative self-expression, our Creation?

    Neptune can create fog, that’s right. Absolutely.
    Like an octopus spraying ink (!) to become invisible and vanish before a persecutor can see where s/he is/they are going?

    So many things are not what they seem and who says that what we think is ‘reality’ isn’t the real delusion, and the Beyond that Neptune has access to is what’s real. Or the balanced blend of both, and now’s the time to bring that forth?

    True dreamers anchor things.

    Like you said: When the visionary and planner/manager combine into action, big things can be achieved in the world.

    Oh, and you might enjoy checking out Evangeline Adams Wikipedia.
    Aleister Crowley was her ghostwriter, they did collaborate only much later, but there were issues of copyrights.

    When I read the Wikipedia article, I cringed just the same as in CONTACT with Jodie Foster,
    when that guy just stepped forward to claim the rewards for her hard work, her persistence and perseverance (karma or not).

    Pierre Rodin, the sculptor, was also said to have taken credit for some of Camille Claudel’s work.
    They had a passionate affair, and there’s an old movie called Camille Claudel (a bit sombre, but well done).

    You were so generous (as a team), this is how I give back, teehee.
    May this open a whole new plethora of insights and inspiration, new layers, and new doors for all and for your fabulous research and writings.

    With gratitude and lots of love,
    Blessings and blooming,



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